Google Reader (12) .pdf

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Flower Daisy #2 Die Tutorial

6 avr. 2011 (Il y a 23 heures)

de Stampin 'n Stuff de Jo
1 personne a jugé cela intéressant.
Ok then. I've done the photos and as I've a never ending 'to-do-list' before Sunday's event, I thought I'd
get this on the blog for you to start creating asap. Plus I'm the worlds worst for being sidetracked so as
promised, here it is.

Firstly you will need to die cut 2 of the large, 2 medium and 3 small daisies. If you don't know what the
die looks like, all three sizes are on the one die. I actually cut my pieces of c/s for each flower which
were 10x10cm for the large one, 7x7cm for the medium and 5x5cm for the small. I found it much easier
that way especially as I had loads to cut. Also I cut 2-3 at a time of the same flower and that's the
beauty of the Big Shot, it easily cuts through layers.

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Glue each of the flower sizes together as shown. I used a little tombow around the edge of the centres.

Turn the largest flower over,punch a 1" circle and stick on the back. Then punch a 1/2" circle and stick
to the top of the smallest daisy.

Glue all 3 daisies together and then stick 3 dimensionals on top of each other in the centre, leaving the
top bit of the dimensional on for now.

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Turn the daisy over and with a mat pack underneath, pierce a hole all the way through with a pokey tool
- including through the dimensionals. I then used a skewer as my stem and just nicked off the very top
so it wasn't too pointy and skewered my daisy. You will feel the top of the skewer on the other side but
that's ok, it won't show at all when this is completed.

At this stage I would shape the petals.

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The next bit is for the centre of your daisy. Punch a 3/4" circle and using the mat pack and the end of
your pokey tool, press hard and in a circle to shape your paper into a dome. You could always use an
embossing tool if you had one or even the end of a pen. The more you press around the outside edge
of the cirlce the more domed it will become.

Pop this onto your dimensional.

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Add a fairly generous amount of Crystal Effects....

...and sprinkle with Dazzling Diamonds. Be careful when shaking the DD off, the Crystal Effects will still
be runny. If you've not used it before it will take about 20 mins to go off but leave for a good few hours
before it's completely dry.

And that's your flower done.
For the stem and fronds I cut 4 very thin strips of c/s - approximately the length of A4. Three of them I
attached to some cellotape. The picture isn't very clear on this but hopefully you get the gist.

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Wrap them around the skewer and just above the cellotape add a glue dot.

Attach your 4th strip of c/s to the glue dot and wrap arond the skewer.

Continue to wrap to the bottom and secure with another glue dot.

Voila! All done!

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It might be better to do your fronds first and that way you won't have to wait for the crystal effects to dry.
The daisy heads can easily be removed so you could change them when you want, transport them
without breaking, and they will always look 'fresh as a daisy!!!'
Enjoy making and please link back here to say where you saw the tutorial.
Have fun!

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